Our upholstery and door trim removal tool boasts a stainless steel shaft that is of the highest grade A+ and is chrome plated so that it will never fade or crack. With a solid build, corrosion-resistant construction, and durability that will last a lifetime, this upholstery remover
This plastic fastener removal tool is ergonomically designed to make it easy to handle and to pry up plastic fasteners with ease. In addition, this handle will prevent hand fatigue when used for long periods of time.
ITS COMMON APPLICATIONS Suitable for removing auto audio equipment, door panels, trim panels, window trim, emblems, plastic and metal clips without damaging upholstery or trim, this multi-purpose fastener remover is easy to use.
User trust in ARES as a quality tool because it is reliable, effective, and efficient. Our Performance Assurance Limited Lifetime Warranty provides you with peace of mind. Any time you have concerns about how to use your ARES fastener remover, please contact customer service for advice on how to resolve the problem, replacement parts, or refunds.
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Questions & Answers
Can you tell me how long this tool is?
With the metal part being 5" in diameter and the handle being 4", the handle is quite big. Twenty-five inches. The entire text is nine paragraphs long. 25" in length.
Can you tell me what the measurements are for Most tools have an inner diameter of 8mm, which is too small to remove the 10mm plastic rivets. ?
There's enough flange to make it fit, but I don't know how wide it is inside, so you can grind a bit off to make it fit, but it should even go as is right now.
Are metal, small (office-grade) thumbtacks located on the metal surface easier to remove?
There is a beveled edge on the leading edge, but I think it is too thick. On a thumbtack, I attempted it, but it can only get it up when the thumbtack is not tightly bound to the cardboard. When it is too tightly glued to the cardboard, the tool cannot move under the head without damaging the cardboard. Neither a thumbtack nor a push pin could be removed once it was removed from the hole. There is a good chance that you will have better luck with the beveled edge, as I mentioned. Despite being a great weeder for smaller weeds and a super pry tool for cars, this tool is very hard to clean.
Does this work with plastic mm clips, or will it work with 8 mm clips. ?
Can you tell me what type of clip you are trying to pry off? 8mm is equivalent to about 5/16 of an inch, so this tool should also fit most clips in the door, around the upholstery, etc. I believe it will fit most clips in the door, around the upholstery, etc. The opening starts at roughly 1/4 of an inch and widens to an inch. This tool helped me pop the clips on my car door without any problems.
Selected User Reviews For ARES 70227 - Ergonomic Plastic Fastener Remover - Sturdy A+ Grade Stainless Steel Construction - Ergonomic Handle Enhances Grip - Reduces Damage to Panels and Loss of Clips
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| Sep 27, 2020
For the win, I use a flathead screwdriver! As a new user, it's kind of hard to tell how well it works
The prongs were too thick to fit under the lip of the plastic, although I tried very hard not to give up. I was unable to get any use out of it. My final solution was to use a flat head and it was 100 times easier than to use an angled head. The top two prongs were shaved down after I shaved down the bottom two. It took me too long to finish that project. I am sure you will have a better experience than I had. It made me think I needed this, but a simple flathead said otherwise. The product would be returned if I could, but because I wasn't able to work on my car for several weeks, I am sadly past the date for returns.
| Sep 09, 2020
There is no doubt about it
Because the business end is thin enough to get under the rivet, it works perfectly on both raised and recessed rivets. It takes a bit of practice to place recess rivets, but it becomes second nature Starting from an outside corner is the best way to proceed. As well as the Lisle 35260, I also tried it. It is easier and more efficient to use this one. Although I questioned the lack of padding on the shaft of the tool, in practice it does not seem to make a significant difference.
| May 29, 2021
Grill rivets can be removed using this tool
They should be doing what they should be doing. I haven't tried them yet, but I can't imagine them lacking in any way. This is definitely better than a flat screw driver since it fits under the screw. My review will be updated if I don't like it. BREAKING UPDATE I used it and it worked as expected.
| Sep 06, 2020
The quality of the product is excellent
My first use of this tool was the following day after receiving it. The tool I needed was one that would let me remove plastic retainers that held parts on my van that I needed to remove out of the way to easily replace low beam headlights. I found this tool to be efficient, effective, and didn't damage my retainers at all. I was able to put it back in the mouth after I removed it Make good use of Those of you who don't have the same luck may not be so fortunate. However, it is a sturdy, quality, and ergonomic piece of equipment that is meant to last a lifetime. This is a highly recommended book.
| Dec 20, 2020
An essential tool for quality management
I agree that this is a very good article The quality of this tool is unquestionable. The only problem is the head is too large to go into the places I need to remove fasteners. As a result, I gave the tool 4 stars. There are 13/16" in width at the head, and 1 1/2" in overall length before the bend. Before you attempt to remove the fastener, make sure that there is adequate space around it.
| Dec 18, 2020
This is an excellent tool
This tool is no different from a few other items I own from Ares. It seems to be a well-made product. In the past, I used the tool to undo delicate fasteners on my car, and it has worked flawlessly every time.
| Apr 09, 2021
This is a great tool, but it's extremely simple! It seems like using a flat bladed screwdriver just messes up the cheap OEM fasteners
There's no better tool for pulling than this forked puller. Having the front edge tapered will make getting under the head much more easy, so you can pop out those fasteners with no effort. The shorter handle would make it easier to use for people who have accessibility limitations because no real leverage is needed.
| Jun 24, 2021